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Arduino Temp / Humidity Monitor with Web and SNMP 



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Arduino Temp / Humidity 



Monitor with Web and SNMP 



Written By: DanOnator 



TOOLS: 



Soldering Iron, Wire strippers (1) 



PARTS: 



Arduino Uno (1) 
Arduino Netshield (1) 
MakerShield m 
Header pins, male, snap-off (1) 
Header pins, female, snap-off (1) 
adafruit max6675 temp sensor (1) 
humidity sensor (1) 
Jumper Wire (1) 



SUMMARY 

It is important that you have a working knowledge of the Arduino, networking and basic 
programming. 



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Arduino Temp / Humidity Monitor with Web and SNMP 



Step 1 — Arduino Temp / Humidity Monitor with Web and SNMP 




• Here are the pieces needed for this 
project: 

• Arduino UNO 

• Netshield 

• MakerShield with Breadboard 

• Sensors 

• Wires 

• Serial LCD Screen 



Step 2 




• Add the Netshield to the Arduino. 



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Arduino Temp / Humidity Monitor with Web and SNMP 



Step 3 




• Solder custom header pins to use 
as a spacer for the MakerShield. 

• Using long-pin male headers and 
long-pin female headers solder 
them as shown. 

• These custom headers will be used 
as spacers between the Netshield 
and the MakerShield. 

• NOTE: The center pin on 
the longer spacer will not be 
used. I left it to make the unit 
stronger. 



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Step 4 






• Add the spacers. 

• Add the MakerShield. 

• As you can see, the spacers give plenty of room and prevent grounding issues. 



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Arduino Temp / Humidity Monitor with Web and SNMP 



Step 5 




• Add custom wires to breadboard. 

• Add sensors. 

Step 6 

• Add code to the Arduino. 

• A PDF of the sketch is included with this project. 

This document was last generated on 2012-11-01 02:38:03 AM. 



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